File:Thakeham Bench at Easton Lodge Gardens, Little Easton, Essex, England 02.jpg
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English: A Lutyens Bench, properly called The Thakeham Bench or Thakeham Seat, in a private garden, originally The Dairy Garden part of the grounds of Easton Lodge, and alongside and outside the southeast of the at times open to the public Victorian walled garden. The Bench overlooks a garden pond. Easton Lodge was a country mansion at Little Easton, Essex, England. The Gardens were photographed during the 20 May 2018 open day, this private garden photographed from the publicly accessible area.
Easton Lodge was built by Henry Maynard in 1597. A later-built house, with gardens designed by Harold Peto, was occupied by 'champagne socialist' and socialite Frances Evelyn Maynard (1861-1938), Countess of Warwick, who was born at Easton Lodge, lived there her whole life, and used the house, gardens and grounds to entertain her clique of admirers and fellow thinkers. The house was demolished in 1947 after considerable damage caused by military occupation, although ancillary buildings remain.
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